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Turkish Evil Eye Silver Necklace with Nano Turquoise Stones | Turkuaz Tasli Nazar Boncuklu Gumus Kolye

$89.99

925 Sterling silver nano turquoise evil eye drop necklace with nano turquoise, sapphire yellow and clear swarovski stones.

Turquoise color is one of the oldest color and was also known as a symbol of wealth in many ancient cultures. It is believed that If given a turquoise by a loving friend, that stone would protect the wearer from negative energy and bring good fortune. The turquoise is the symbol of friendship and peace.

 

 

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Evil eye  beads (Nazar Boncugu) go back thousands of years. They are used in many other cultures as decorative pieces . Some of the given names for Evil Eye beads in other cultures are:

  • In Azerbaijani, “Göz dəyməsi”
  • In Italian, “malocchio”
  • In Polish, “złe oko” or “złe spojrzenie”.
  • In Portuguese, “mau olhado”, ou “olho gordo”
  • In Persian,   “Cheshmeh Hasood” or “Cheshme Nazar”
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